Posted November 01, 2018 05:07:33 If you’re a medical glove vendor and you use the word Ascension Medical in your product description, you might want to look into the Ascension medical glove group, or at least a few of its affiliates, because the gloves might be from the same company.
In an April 2018 press release, Ascension Medical said it has “a history of supplying the medical glove industry.”
In other words, the company has been supplying the gloves that belong to Ascension Medical since 2011, which is about the time that Ascension Medical announced its launch of the Ascension-branded gloves.
The press release also notes that the gloves have been manufactured by “the same manufacturing process used by the Ascension brand.”
That’s an interesting connection, because if you think about it, Ascension is essentially a very large medical glove manufacturer that’s making gloves for the Ascension group, which has been around since the early 2000s.
It’s unclear whether the company had any involvement in the creation of the gloves, which were manufactured in a factory in North Carolina.
However, the Ascension glove brand has a long and storied history of using gloves made in factories in China.
And that history is not without precedent, according to a study published in The Lancet.
In 2011, the British medical journal published a study that found that, since the 1970s, hospitals in China had used gloves from an array of medical glove manufacturers.
In the past few years, the gloves used by Ascension Medical have also been used by patients in the United States, but this time, the hospitals are using gloves that were made by a different company.
The Lancet study found that hospitals in the U.S. have been using the gloves since the mid-2000s.
The study found: [The] use of medical gloves by hospitals in North America for several years has increased rapidly.
In 2013, hospitals were using between 20 and 50% of all medical glove manufacturing in the world, and in 2017, this share was around 75%.
This rapid increase is attributable to the rapid development of industrial-scale glove manufacturing capacity and a growing demand for medical gloves.
Hospitals in the USA have been supplying gloves to hospitals in Asia for decades.
This has also increased.
The development of hospital-manufactured medical gloves, and the rapid increase in the availability of such gloves, has contributed to a rapid increase of hospital use of gloves for all healthcare professionals in the US.
As a result, in the next few years the use of hospital gloves will be more widespread than ever.
According to a recent report by the American Society of Civil Engineers, about one-third of all healthcare workers worldwide will use gloves.
But as the report notes, the U